The Berkeley College New York men's soccer team continued their best start in program history with a 4-1 win over Keystone College to improve to 6-1 on the season.
The Knights got on the board at the 13:05 mark on a goal by Andrew Tuma-Waku off of an attempted clear by the keeper. Keystone would respond seven minutes later to tie the game, but Abdelwahab Mohamed would score to give the advantage back to Berkeley off an assist from Ahmet Colak just before the half ended.
The Knights would add two late goals after the 80th minute by Stian Ness and Dare Aniyikaye on assists from Mohamed and Sebastien Rousseau to put the game out of reach. Camilo Montes earned the win in net with three saves as the Knights outshot Keystone 21-10 for the match.
The Knights hit the road again against Brooklyn College on Monday, September 23, at 6 P.M.